Super Tuesday Bike Count results 2019
The annual Super Tuesday Bike count data for 2019 is now available at Cycling statistics.
Since 2011, volunteers across the Territory have been counting bikes as part of the national bike count known as ‘Super Tuesday’. The count is undertaken annually by volunteers throughout Australia and is organised by the Bicycle Network on behalf of local councils and government agencies. The count provides valuable data for the ongoing development and maintenance of the Territory’s cycle path networks.
In 2019, volunteers counted bikes for two hours during the morning commute at over 70 sites in Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs.
The count results show that over the two hour count there were an incredible 4105 bike trips across the Northern Territory and Rapid Creek Bridge in Darwin again recorded the highest number of bikes. There was an increase in the number of bikes counted across the Territory and Katherine and Tennant Creek recorded the highest female participation rate in the Northern Territory at 40% which is significantly greater than the national average of 25%.